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Microsoft windows xp pro sp2 boot problem


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testerzzzz

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Hello again...
a few days ago i have this problem and want help to fix it ..

when im restarting my pc when it boots show me a blue screen and tells me that failed to boot from one program and after a few seconds continues...
i want this message to not display again..
if you know how can i fix the boot options plzz comment me
thanks..
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Neil Jones

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Please clarify this blue screen that you refer to.
Normally if a computer fails to boot it usually means it can't find anything to boot from. It doesn't realistically try to boot off something else just because it feels like it.
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karenannie

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I had the blue utility screen and now I HAVE NOTHING...the modem will not stay on anymore..did I BURN OUT THE HARD DRIVE. originally the black screen would come up with the computor info on it( Pheonix, etc...) it would read "could read disk drive??? " There was never a disk in the drive..I am getting a bad feeling with this NORTHGATE setup..I'm hearing it may have a short life-span. I PURCHASED IT IN 03????
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